Session Details

Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution
Marina Salon F, South Tower/Level 3, San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina

Envisioning Dispute Resolution in 2050 (Or Even 2025) and Preparing Our Students for It
(Program to be published in Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution)

In the last 25 years, dispute resolution has grown dramatically. How will globalization, ever-advancing technology, climate change and other political, social, economic and environmental forces influence the development of dispute resolution? Visionaries from within and outside the legal academy will share their predictions and suggest how we can prepare our students for a changing world. In addition to the panelists in attendance, there will be 4 videotaped presentations from Mr. Adler, Mr. Rule and Professors Purcell and Yarn.

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Mr. Peter S. Adler, Ph.D., The Keystone Center
Benjamin G. Davis, University of Toledo College of Law
John Lande, University of Missouri School of Law
David A. Larson, Hamline University School of Law
Ms. Shelia Purcell, Superior Court of California County of San Mateo
Mr. Colin Rule, eBay Inc.
Andrea K. Schneider, Marquette University Law School
Jean Sternlight, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law
Ellen Waldman, Quinnipiac University School of Law
Nancy Welsh, The Pennsylvania State University – Penn State Law
Date & Time
6370 Alternative Dispute Resolution: $0.0000